Tags: chorus

three words.

"That's (her), stretching out with one foot in the box."

Reasons why I will be posting more in the following months: Collapse ) Why, do you ask, will I be posting more? Procrastination, of course! This takes effect on Tuesday and will include quite a bit of other things which... I know are there but kind of forgot about. Yes, I still feel like I'm god and there seems to be no end in sight. I feel like I am limitless, like I have absolutely nothing keeping me static. Almost any and all things that I once was, I feel like it is absolutely okay for me to be anymore. It isn't even that I have been questioning who or what I am, it really is that it isn't the important factor anymore. I am me, right now, exactly what I am until I change again. Right now, really, there are very few labels that suit me: karate-ka, writer, experimenter. You never know, I guess; but right now, I am happy. This is great.
      Yesterday the first CCSC concert of the year happened and it felt like it went on forever. It just did not end. The little kids in Bel Canto, however, were absolutely the most adorable ever. They did the, "So long, farewell!" song from The Sound of Music, and it was somewhat choreographed. We (concert choir) were watching them before the concert began and the high-pitched, "Awwws!" were coming out of everybody, even probably the few guys we have in the choir. They were just that cute. We had 6 boring songs which were incredibly uneventful and we didn't do extremely well or bomb in any big way. If you take into consideration how mediocre this choir has become, it was probably one of our better concerts in quite awhile.
      Now, I have a question for you guys which is going to take a paragraph to ask. (BACKSTORY!) I went to student orientation at Sussex a few days ago, and they said that they were very receptive to students questions and suggestions. Their theatre productions (which started late last year with Godspell) have been exclusively musical (the upcoming one is Reunion which is a six-peopled musical about the civil war. Boring.) However, I know that they have a dramatic arts major which means there must be drama going on that is not musical (presumably.) Do you think it would be outlandish to see if there is some way for drama (ex. music) to be happening more often? As in, do you think it's plausible for me to garner support with the faculty? Eh, we'll see. Depends on how much energy I have.
      Anyone have anything remarkably interesting to share (can be either your story, someone else's, or a complete and total lie)? (Pimp?)